I just completed the in-class portion of SWC/DC instructor training. I am relatively new to GitHub and got myself into a muddle using pull requests for contributing revisions and new material to lessons. I've been using Git for a couple of years, but not in the 'social' context, and there's a whole 'nother level of complication introduced by that.
Would something like a lesson on 'Continuing to contribute to DC lesson maintenance' with a few scenarios of changes and how to manage pull requests and branches and such be a useful tool to help make novice instructors with good ideas but who are maybe lacking in experience with the tools more productive? It might form the backbone for a lesson on 'Using GitHub as a collaboration tool' workshop, which may be sufficiently complicated to warrant extended treatment in its own right?
I hope this is an appropriate place to pose this question. Apologies for the noise if not.
I created an example of the kind of thing I was thinking about in the README.md at
It may be easier to respond to something specific like that. Please let me know if I got something wrong in that little story, too.